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Sen. Bernie Sanders stepped up his attacks on the fossil fuel industry yesterday, blaming the sector for standing in the way of efforts to combat climate change.
In 2016, an aspiring politician was trumpeting a "Green New Deal" to address climate change.
Threats are rumbling out of Europe to restrict trade deals with nations that shun the Paris climate agreement.
The White House is insisting that other nations might withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, an extraordinary assertion aimed at undermining the global accord.
Deforestation is a bigger cause of climate change than all the world's cars and trucks combined. Some of the damage is done underwater, where entire forests of kelp and seaweed are vanishing.
The biggest publicly traded life insurer in Norway, Storebrand ASA, is planning a total exit from coal by 2026.
Ontario plans to cut carbon gas emissions by 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2030, setting reduction targets for industries and encouraging private investments in clean technologies.
Three environmental groups are criticizing the organizers of global climate talks in Poland for having too much meat on the meeting menu.
The way people eat, what they eat and how much they eat are driving forces of climate change, a new study has found.
The American Legislative Exchange Council on Friday passed a slew of resolutions backing conservative energy and environmental priorities.
Patrick McCallum nearly died in a 2017 California firestorm, rescued by firefighters after running from fast-moving flames at 4 a.m.
Countries led by France and China succeeded in isolating President Trump this weekend at the Group of 20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The late President George H.W. Bush is the reason why President Trump has been asked about climate change in the last week more than at any other time in his presidency.
The birth of the Sunrise Movement started with a small grant, a lot of Monster Energy drinks and a little help from the Sierra Club. Now it's the most talked-about environmental group in Washington.
Hundreds of Bulgarian coal miners and energy workers protested yesterday to demand government guarantees that their jobs will be preserved amid bids by the European Union to close mines and tackle climate change.
Germany's environment minister says putting a price on carbon dioxide is "the right answer" to cut the country's emissions of greenhouse gases.
The plaintiffs in a climate change lawsuit that claims Alaska violated their rights by favoring fossil fuels appealed the case to the state Supreme Court.
Communities that have been ravaged by severe storms may be able to predict extreme weather conditions weeks ahead of time.
A Danish shipping company is planning to use waste vegetable oil to power its fleet, the latest in a list of fuel innovations from a transportation industry that's under intense pressure to lower its carbon footprint.
The muskrat population of North America is in decline as wetlands become drier, a condition linked to rising temperatures, according to new research.